My Reading & Review List for 2019
I can’t start the New Year without creating a new Reading & Review list. 🙂
Last year my reading list contained 35 books, and even though I read a lot more than 35 books in 2018, I didn’t complete my list – in fact, I missed off 15 books!!
I kept getting sent other books from authors and publishers as well as getting a bit carried away when book shopping on Amazon, therefore I spent a lot of time reading books that weren’t on my list.
So, this year I have a lot of catching up to do!
I still plan to read the 15 books missing from my 2018 Reading List, therefore, this year’s reading list is a bit shorter at only 10 books.
And those 10 books are…
(Note: Once I’ve read a book I’ll add a quick summary of my thoughts along with a link for you to check out my full book review and rating)
2) Will It Make The Boat Go Faster?: Olympic-winning Strategies for Everyday Success by Ben Hunt-Davis
4) The 12 Week Year: Get More Done in 12 Weeks than Others Do in 12 Months by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington
5) Who Moved My Cheese?: An Amazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life by Spencer Johnson
9) Thirst: A Story of Redemption, Compassion, and a Mission to Bring Clean Water to the World by Scott Harrison
Short and sweet
Although there are only 10 books, I’m super excited about each and every one of them.
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Other books that I have read in 2019
I am only human and sometimes I ‘accidentally’ sneak other books into my Amazon shopping cart and onto my reading list.
I am also frequently sent books from authors and publishers.
These are the extra books that I have read this year.
Rich Dad Poor Dad is all about the basic principles of building wealth and increasing financial education.
Overall it was a brilliant book to read! It was enjoyable, insightful, and highly educational. I truly feel as though I am better off for reading it and would highly recommend it to anyone – especially all entrepreneurs.
Don’t Sleep on It outlines, very clearly and simply, how to create a profitable online course.
It’s easy and enjoyable to read and has a pleasant design and layout.
My only negative (and it’s not really a negative) is that I would not recommend it to seasoned entrepreneurs and digital marketers as they may find the content a bit basic. But for those whose expertise lies elsewhere, Don’t Sleep on It is a great book, and in which instance, I would highly recommend it.
An honest and entertaining autobiography of a man that is a true testament to the American Dream.
Total Recall details Arnold Schwarzenegger’s life from childhood up to the present day, leaving no stone unturned as he shares his successes.
A great autobiography that I would recommend to anyone wanting to achieve more.
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